Jun 09 2011

Welcome to my new Website!

Daniel GiamarioGreetings! Daniel Giamario here, and welcome to my new website!  This is a project that has been a long time in coming and I’m pleased to be offering this new site to my clients, friends and community.

This site is under construction. The official launch is now scheduled for October, 2011, with clear astrological intention. Meanwhile, please enjoy  the Photo Galleries and other useful information that’s here so far.  Also, please contact me using my Contact Page and let me know what you think.

Please visit often as I’ll be adding new content and information on a regular basis.  I look forward to hearing from you!

Nov 10 2011


by Daniel Giamario There are generally two eclipse seasons each year, about six months apart. These always contain at least two eclipses, Solar and Lunar, and occasionally three, as I discussed in the July, 2009 Eclipse article. This current season includes the Lunar Eclipse of December 31, 2009 followed by the highly unusual annular Solar […]

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Apr 07 2011

Daniel Presents at Kripalu Sept. 23-25

Shamanic Astrology: The Turning of the Ages and Galactic Alignment Featuring the Goddesses and Gods Shamanic Astrology recreates the original unity of astronomy and astrology. Developed over the last 40 years by Daniel Giamario, Shamanic Astrology is a historical and global synthesis of the most relevant tools and techniques of both traditions. Recognizing 24 different […]

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Apr 06 2011

A Shamanic Look at the Turning of the Ages

Author’s note: The original form of this article appeared in the second edition of my book, The Shamanic Astrology Handbook, co-authored by Carolyn Brent (now known as Cayelin K Castell) and published by JCA Unlimited in 1995*. The essence of this information, developed in the late 1980s, has been a regular part of my classes and workshops for years. For me, the original spark igniting this investigation came from a wonderful essay written by Robert Hand in Essays On Astrology (also similar information is mentioned in some of his tape sets) concerning the movement of the solstice and equinox points into new constellations. Hand’s essay was inspired by C. G. Jung’s treatment of the same subject in his book, The Aeon.

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